Global Roundup: Latin American Mothers Impac…

Compiled by Samiha Hossain Rosa Navarro, 52, holds a tray with the breakfast she prepares to sell, after restrictions due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) affected her work, in Santiago, Chile September 7, 2021. REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza Experts are saying that Latin America's mothers are falling behind in the pandemic economic rebound, returning to the labor force more slowly than men, which could set back female workforce participation by a decade.

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